As an arctic cold front sends the Northwest into a deep chill, the City of Tukwila is encouraging community members to use caution and keep warm, and officials released the following update on Thursday, Jan. 11, 2024:

With freezing temperatures ahead in the forecast the City of Tukwila is encouraging community members to use caution. A full list of available warming locations is available at the King County Regional Housing authority website.

Local sites in and near Tukwila include:

Existing Daytime Public Spaces (No Services):  

Existing Daytime Public Spaces (No Services): 

In addition, Riverton Park United Methodist Church (RPUMC) staff has let city officials know that temporary warm spaces will be provided during the upcoming cold snap. According to information provided, solutions include a combination of local shelters, hotel rooms and the indoor areas of the church facility. For details, please contact RPUMC directly at [email protected].

“It’s critical during these type of weather events that we work together to protect everyone is our community, including our most vulnerable,” said Tukwila Mayor Tom McLeod. “In particular, I want to thank the church and our other community partners for coming together and helping find warm shelter spaces for everyone.”